Covenant Signatories

Beveren; Lokeren; Moerbeke; Sint-Gillis-Waas; Temse; Waasmunster; Stekene




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Date of adhesion



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Key Actions

  • Electric car sharing
    • Description:

      Each municipality will lease 2 shared cars over a period of 2 years. One of the shared cars can be permanently reserved by the municipality during office hours so that it can actually serve as a fully-fledged service car. After office hours and during the weekend, it is shared with the citizens, the other car is permanently shared. All additional matters such as maintenance, hygienic maintenance, insurance, reservation platform, "key transfer", ... are the responsibility of the partial provider to speed up

    • Key Action:1
    • Sectors: transport
    • Implementation timeframe:2019-2023
    • CO2 reduction:50
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  • Energyscans in 2.000 households
    • Description:

      Residents of the seven municipalities of the Waasland receive free renovation advice at home through the East Flemish Support Center for Sustainable Living and Building. In this way, residents receive concrete tips on how to tackle their construction and renovation project in a sustainable way. It is an independent tailor-made advice and can deal with various aspects: insulation, ventilation, heating, water saving, materials, premiums, ... In the first 2 years after the launch, between May 1, 2016 and May 1, 2018, 125 residents received a renovation advice. The advice is paid for by the municipality and the Province of East Flanders, with support from Europe through the Interreg V program

    • Key Action:1
    • Sectors: residential
    • Implementation timeframe:2016-2022
    • CO2 reduction:236
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  • Modal shift from car to bicycle (2,5% to the bicycle)
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  • Solar panels on households
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